Associate Professor Jules Boykoff receiving international attention for his research on the Olympic Games
Politics & Government faculty member and 2012 recipient of a Graves Award in the Humanities undertakes research on activism and the Olympics. His commentary has recently appeared in The New York Times, The Guardian (UK) and The Nation.
Optometry faculty identifies causes, remedies for visual and physical problems when viewing 3D video
A study led by professors Shun-nan Yang, Scott Cooper (O.D. '90, M.Ed. '93) and Jim Sheedy, and supported by Intel, appears in the American Academy of Optometry's journal, Optometry and Vision Science.
"Live from USA" among a select group of radio programs broadcasted on commercial stations in Canada.
Professors are among the 2012 Drammy Award winners.
The Hilda Fine Endowed Gerontology Scholarship Fund provides support for students pursuing the University's graduate certificate program for healthcare professionals.
Professional Programs Commencement completes a day of celebration and fellowship.
The College of Health Professions awarded six graduate students with scholarship funds for international service learning endeavors that help underserved populations.
The senior from Seattle will graduate May 19 and teach in India this fall.
Pacific is among just 642 colleges and universities nationally to earn the distinction.
University's music program for area children has been accepted to the National String Project Consortium. Concert culminating first semester takes place Sunday at 4 p.m. Free and open to the public.
Senior from Kalaheo, Kauai wins top honor at annual Japanese speech competition.
College of Education awarded $1.34 million grant to improve instruction for limited English proficient students
Grant from the Department of Education's Office of English Language Acquisition will support College of Education's ESOL endorsement program and assist partner school districts in Forest Grove, Eugene and Woodburn.
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